school-prospectus-design-st-cuthbertsSchool Name:- St Cuthbert's Catholic Primary School
Project Details:-

Update School Logo Design

School Prospectus design and printing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accommodation

The school is sited in one building. The Church of the Assumption is a short walk away in the village. The Church of St. John of Rochester is at Egham Hythe.

Our school building comprises:

Seven classrooms

Learning Resource Centre (Library and ICT Suite)

Teaching Resource Area - for small group teaching

A school hall/kitchen

A school office

A headteacher’s office

A staff room

Two playgrounds

An outside learning area

An orchard used as an outside classroom

Conservatory and extension to the Reception Class

Each class is equipeed with an interactive white board fot ICT provision. Each classroom has a carpeted area for children to sit during whole class teaching sessions. They also have a tiled area with a sink for painting and model-making. Our school hall is used for Mass, Assemblies, P.E. and lunch. Reception pupils have a fenced outdoor area. We have a large field and outdoor play equipment has recently been installed for all children to use and enjoy.

Realising the Dream

In 2010 the school realised its building dream of adding a new wing to the school. A new Performing Arts studio and staff room were added. Parent contributions, Diocesan support, Governor funding and fund raising all contributed to realising the school’s needs.

We supply school exercise books to primary schools, senior schools and colleges.

 

Our Aims

To reinforce the values, beliefs, attitudes and practices of our Catholic Faith.

To teach the Gospel values through word and example.

To Foster an understanding and Iove of the sacraments.

To offer a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum that embraces a policy of inclusion.

To encourage a love of learning so that all children are interested in the world around them.

To help children become independent and continuous learners.

To enable children to fulfil their potential through an education that embraces spiritual, moral, academic and aesthetic development.

To value children’s uniqueness and individuality, that they develop confidence and high self-esteem to become effective learners.

To equip children with life skills that reflect flexibility and openness to change.

To have high expectations of each pupil in behaviour and academic performance according to their ability.

To offer a curriculum that enables children to make informed choices and make decisions 

To offer a curriculum that leads children to self-knowledge and a knowledge about others and the environment.

To help children appreciate and celebrate cultural diversity.

To recognise that children learn in different ways and so offer a multi-sensory approach to the curriculum.

To recognise and appreciate parents as prime educators and, therefore, partners in the learning process.

To promote an atmosphere of co-operation and expectation between parents, governors and staff to achieve a high quality education for our pupils.


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